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Wilhelm Stuckart (November 16, 1902 – November 15, 1953) was a Nazi Party lawyer and official, a state secretary in the German Interior Ministry. On March 7, 1935, Stuckart began serving in the Reich Ministry of Interior, Division I, with the responsibility for constitutional law, citizenship and racial laws.[3] In this position he was given the task of co-writing together with Bernhard Lösener and Franz Albrecht Medicus the anti-Semitic Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honor and The Reich Citizenship Law, together better known as the Nuremberg Laws, which were imposed by the Nazi-controlled Reichstag on September 15, 1935. Stuckart came to be seen as one of the leading Nazi legal experts, focusing especially on racial laws and public administration.  Stuckart later represented Wilhelm Frick, the Interior Minister, at the Wannsee conference on January 20, 1942 according to the minutes of the conference, Stuckart supported forced sterilization for persons of "mixed blood" instead of evacuation.